Police investigate home invasion robbery in Bellevue - WKRN News 2

Police investigate home invasion robbery in Bellevue


Metro police are looking for two men allegedly involved in a home invasion Friday night Bellevue.

The incident happened just after 10 p.m. at a home located at 8454 McCrory Lane, just south of Interstate 40.

The victim told police he answered a knock at the door and was met by two armed men.

The victim stated the suspects entered the house with silver pistols and told him to get the ground.

Metro police Capt. Ken Walburn said after telling the suspects no, the victim was hit from behind, fell to the ground and was tied up with shoe strings.

The suspects stole several electronic items before fleeing in a teal green Honda CRV, the victim reported.

Both suspects are described as Asian men.

The victim said one of the men was skinny with tattoos and long hair under a hat.  He was wearing shorts with designs on the rear pockets, a horizontal gray and black striped shirt and aqua-colored Nike shoes.

He was armed with a nickel plated .45 mm pistol.

The second suspect was wearing black rimmed glasses, blue jeans and black and gray Air Jordan tennis shoes.  He had a silver .9 mm pistol.

Anyone with information on the suspects is urged to call Metro police or Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME.

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